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  2. List of women monarchs - Wikipedia

    Berenguela of Castile the Great (ruled 1217) Sancha of León (ruled de jure 1230) – she ruled jointly with her sister Dulce. After the death of Sancha's brother, Alfonso IX named his second son, Ferdinand, his heir, bestowing on him the title infante. In 1217, Ferdinand's mother, Berengaria, inherited the Kingdom of Castile, but ceded it to ...

  3. Spain: March 1506 | British History Online

    The Queen of Castile, on her part, is likewise bound once more to ratify the treaty of the 9th of February, and the additional clauses to it after the 12th of February last. These new ratifications are to be delivered, within four months, in the town of Calais, to the ambassadors of King Henry. 24.

  4. Isabella I of Castile - Wikipedia

    Isabella I (Spanish: Isabel I; 22 April 1451 – 26 November 1504), also called Isabella the Catholic (Spanish: Isabel la Católica), was Queen of Castile from 1474 until her death in 1504. She was also Queen of Aragon from 1479 until her death as the wife of King Ferdinand II.

  5. Spain: July 1506 | British History Online

    Conduct of the King and Queen of Castile to Ferdinand. King Philip sent Monsieur Laxao to him from England with a message. The answer which he returned by the same messenger was that both his children, the King and the Queen, must directly come to Spain. They would find in him a loving father.

  6. Pablo Ortego Rico (Universidad Málaga). Crown of Castile ...

    Castile) were distributed among his children. Ferdinand I, one of Sancho III’s children, inherited the County of Castile, and was elevated in 1037 to the throne of León. This was the beginning of a complex political entity (Kingdom of Castile and León), that even in the eleventh and twelfth century was

  7. Spanish Empire - Wikipedia

    [4] An important element in the formation of Spain's empire was the dynastic union between Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon in 1469, known as the Catholic Monarchs, which initiated political, religious and social cohesion but not political unification. [13]

  8. Spanish Inquisition - Wikipedia

    The Tribunal of the Holy Office of the Inquisition ( Spanish: Tribunal del Santo Oficio de la Inquisición ), commonly known as the Spanish Inquisition ( Inquisición española ), was established in 1478 by the Catholic Monarchs, King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile.

  9. Reconquista - Wikipedia

    The Kingdom of Aragon started off as an offshoot of the Kingdom of Navarre. It was formed when Sancho III of Navarre decided to divide his large realm among all his sons. Aragon was the portion of the realm which passed to Ramiro I of Aragon, an illegitimate son of Sancho III.

  10. Queen Mary l (reigned 1553-1558) - Primary Homework Help

    ( Lady Jane Grey reigned as Queen for just 9 days.) Born: 18 February 1516 Greenwich Palace ; Proclaimed Queen: 19 July 1553 St. Paul's Cathedral, London; Coronation: 1 October 1553 Westminster Abbey; Daughter of Henry VIII and Catharine of Aragón. Married Philip (Spanish). No Children. Died: 17 November 1558 St. James's Palace; Buried: 14 ...

  11. Kingdom of Castile - Good Authority

    Kingdom of Castile European sovereign state from 1065 to 1230. From 1230 to 1833 it was the territorial jurisdiction of the Crown of Castile.